God's country by J. Ronald Oakley
America in the fifties

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This is a comprehensive look back at one of the century's most explosive decades--an era that saw the birth of the ColdWar, the ban the bomb movement, television, the youth culture, drug culture, space travel and more.
 

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Published January 1, 1986 by Distributed by W.W. Norton. 516 pages
Genres: History. Non-fiction

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What was it really like behind the haze of nostalgia?

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Often remembered nostalgically as a happy, simpler time, the 1950s were in fact an exciting, paradoxical and seminal age'' that gave rise to the Cold War, TV, the youth culture, space travel, and ot

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